Go Organic

When you eat food in Minneapolis, you’re eating the food OF Minneapolis. Seriously. We have a strong agriculture community here, and the food they grow is sold at our many farmer’s markets, then bought up and served to you at these organic restaurants.

Morning
An all-organic bar? It sounds strange, but that’s Bryant-Lake Bowl. Not only can you bowl (yes, bowl), you can try brunch’s biscuits and gravy with free-range bison or veggie sausage. At Ecopolitan on South Lyndale, everything’s not only organic, but raw. Okay, it may sound a little shocking, but it’s delicious. Make sure to order a smoothie.

Afternoon
The Good Earth serves up some of the best organic fare in town, with delicious hot and iced teas to match. Their lunches are especially appetizing: fresh salads, sandwiches—even Mexican cuisine. Plus, you can take a stroll around the swanky Edina Galleria after your done tantalizing those taste buds.

Evening
For an intimate dining experience with a view that can’t be beat, try Spoonriver. Enjoy the views of the Stone Arch Bridge spanning the Mississippi while you savor the finest in natural cuisine from your patio table. Minnesota’s first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Deisgn (LEED) certified restaurant, Red Stag Supperclub is a Northwoods style supper club that strives to be a good citizen by serving local, organic foods and conserves resources by composting waste. Later For a decidedly bar crowd, get your body down to Bryant-Lake Bowl (okay, it’s a great breakfast/brunch stop, but it’s also an unbeatable late-night hangout). An award-winning beer list plus live entertainment—and yeah, bowling—equals a night to remember.

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  • Magnolia Blossom Cruises is a quaint river boat on the Mississippi River in St. Paul, MN that can accommodate up to 110 people for your special occasion. The Magnolia Blossom is a perfect venue for weddings, birthdays, corporate events, and all other occasions. Public tours available at select times during the year.
  • Mall of America (R) is the largest U.S. retail and entertainment complex, featuring 520 stores, 60 restaurants, the nation's largest indoor theme park - Nickelodeon Universe and many other attractions.
  • metroConnections offers award-winning sightseeing tours for individuals and groups, with English and bilingual speaking step-on guides available.
  • Offering everything from heirloom vegetables and organic fruits to flowering plants, pastured meats, dairy, and eggs. Check out Mill City Farmers Market's wide selection of specialty foods including farmstead cheeses, preserves, breads, and more. Weekly kitchen demos, live music, kids' activities, and more! The first farmers market in Minneapolis to focus on locally grown, seasonal foods from the region's finest sustainable, organic farmers, and small businesses. Open every Saturday May 9 through October 31, 8am to 1pm. And monthly winter markets inside the Mill City Museum (Second Saturdays, November through April).
  • Minne International is a Japanese in-bound tour operator, offering a full-range of services including guides, interpreters, transportation, technical visits and seminars on local business and the Mall of America.
  • The Minneapolis Queen is a perfect way to experience the history of beautiful downtown Minneapolis. The Minneapolis Queen also makes the perfect venue for private events such as weddings, meetings, private parties and group tours. The 125 passenger Minneapolis Queen offers public tours and private charters on the Mississippi River cruising through historic Downtown Minneapolis. We are conveniently located at Bohemian Flats just south of the historic Minneapolis Riverfront District.
  • Just across the street from the Walker Art Center is the first major urban sculpture park in the United States - the 11-acre Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. At its center is the beloved Twin Cities icon, the found-sculpture Spoonbridge and Cherry. During the summer, spend the afternoon hitting the greens at the artist-designed mini-golf course.
  • The Minnesota Historical Society has been sharing the stories of Minnesotans for over 165 years! Join us for programs and events at 26 historic sites and museums statewide. The Twin Cities metro area historical sites and museums include the Minnesota History Center, Mill City Museum, Historic Fort Snelling, James J. Hill House, Alexander Ramsey House, Minnesota State Capitol, North West Company Fur Post, and Oliver H. Kelley Farm. Visit our website to learn more!
  • Minnesota's largest public garden on 1,000 acres, the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum is open year-round and offers seasonal tours of beautiful display gardens and plant collections.
  • Journey back in time to a 16th-century village. This Minnesota tradition features entertainment, artisans, food, history and more! We also coordinate and host weddings on-site, and coordinate events on- and off-site year-round.

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